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Are you planning to get a COVID-19 test?

  1. Yes, both for virus to see if I have been exposed as well as the antibody test to see if I’ve had it. n Yes, the swab for the virus.
  2. es, the swab for the virus.
  3. Yes, the antibody test.
  4. I will get tested if I have symptoms.
  5. I’m waiting for better -- and free- antibody tests.
  6. No.
  7. I’ve already taken one or both tests.
  8. Other.
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Jun-16-20 2:01 AM

Tons and tons of "assumed" COVID-19 deaths reported. Overeported. I don't know what they will attempt to inject US with, but I won't be injected.

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May-18-20 6:19 AM

Hngthr -- I suspect that SK's numbers are rather much more reliable than those of The Orange Scourge.

Our times withe The OS have given rise to a new political measure : The Kilo-Lie ! ! !

Have you noticed that C-19s display GoPer-Colors ? ? ? . H m m m m m m m ! ! !

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May-17-20 7:34 PM

You believe South Korea's numbers. You are a Numbnutz!

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May-16-20 11:06 AM

Palm Beach is officially a hot spt for Corona! It is home to many retirement communities and the county has recorded 263 coronavirus deaths, three more than the entirety of South Korea, which recorded its first coronavirus case on the same late January day as the United States.

Neither the governor’s press secretary nor county officials responded on Friday to requests for comment. The fact is the state has deliberately underreported its coronavirus numbers as ordered by DeSantis.

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